LOS ANGELES, Dec. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- About a third of engagements take place from Thanksgiving through New Year's Day. That means that no sooner does the engagement ring get placed on a woman's hand then the search is on for everything wedding related, including the perfect wedding gown. Helping the newly engaged identify the latest trends in wedding gowns is Rani St. Pucchi, creator of the world-renowned St. Pucchi Fashion Design House in West Hollywood.
St. Pucchi, a trend-setting designer for 30 years whose expertise has been recognized in such media outlets as Brides, Martha Stewart Weddings, Entertainment Tonight and The Knot, can address such questions as:
- Why has nude become the new white? What's behind the risqué look and how risqué is too risque?
- How can a woman find the best wedding gown style for her body type?
- How can she hide the least flattering parts of her body?
- How appropriate is color in a wedding dress?
- Should women wear a veil or not?
- What's new for destination weddings?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Thirty years ago, Rani St. Pucchi took the fashion world by storm despite having no formal training in fashion. She is famous for designing the wedding dress worn by "Phoebe" on the finale of the hit television show Friends. St. Pucchi is a pioneer in bringing color to wedding dresses, having learned that white does not flatter everyone. She is the author of four upcoming books, Unveiling: A Celebrity Fashion Designer's Story, a memoir detailing how she launched her successful business; Designing with Heart: A to Z Guide to Bridal Designing; Marriage on My Mind: Candid Q&As Before Saying "I Do'; and Know Thyself: Bridal Design Secrets for Perfect Silhouettes.
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